Realtor Branden Williams is still the man behind the signature-gathering effort for a referendum to repeal the Basement Ordinance, despite a purported apology and resignation letter sent to the Courier by Hilton & Hyland only minutes before this paper went to press last week.
Tonight 6:30-8 p.m. the City will host the first of two scheduled Rent Stabilization Workshops to be held at Roxbury Park this week. The second workshop is scheduled for 9 a.m. -12 p.m. on Saturday morning.
Efforts continue to gather signatures on a petition that will stop the City’s new Basement Ordinance from going into effect, overturning the will of the residents and the vote of the entire City Council for the benefit of real estate agent Branden Williams and his client billionaire developer Francesco Aquilini, who wish to build the project on Loma Linda Drive.
Following the original post of this article last week regarding the efforts of an anonymous person to gather signatures on a petition for a referendum on the November ballot to rescind the new Basement Ordinance, the Courier received a letter from an attorney representing Francesco Aquilini threatening a defamation lawsuit and demanding a retraction. The Courier will not retract.
Another weekend brought about what was apparently another wild party at what is quickly becoming one of Bel-Air’s most notorious party houses.
Don't sign any petition until you’ve read it very carefully - because it may be used to force the City of Beverly Hills into letting Loma Linda Ltd. build their projects on Loma Linda Drive.
A group of Bel-Air residents are taking celebrity megamansion developer Mohamed Hadid back to court over the illegal construction at his 901 Strada Vecchia project.
An ordinance to amend the definition of basements citywide that is expected to be implemented in the next months will go before the Beverly Hills Planning Commission Thursday evening seeking a recommendation on cut-off criterion for projects in the pipeline.
The applicants for a project located at 9908 South Santa Monica Boulevard will come before the Planning Commission Thursday to request a Residential Overlay Zone have submitted a modified project for consideration, with 27 luxury condominiums, an increase from 3,541 to 10,500 square feet of ground floor retail in a commercial zone, an FAR increase from 2.59 to 2.87:1, and other changes, many of which are not reflected in the schematic submitted to planning staff.